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  Deadly Fungus May Be Infecting Snakes Worldwide New research suggests that a fungal disease caused by Ophidiomyces ophidiodiicola can affect snake species worldwide. December 20, 2017   What To Know About the 2018 Super Blue Blood Moon On January 31, three lunar phenomena—a Super Moon, Blue Moon, and Blood Moon—coincide in a rare event in the morning sky. January 30, 2018   Leeches’ Blood Meals Can Be Used to Track Regional Biodiversity New study confirms DNA collected from leeches can be used to identify a region’s animals including, for the first time, birds and... March 1, 2018   Carnivora Skull Shape Depends on More Than Just Diet For the first time, new research shows that skull form and function among mammals from this large group is influenced by such factors... February 7, 2018 Conference Announcement   Blog Post Minute Marsupial: Zeledon’s Mouse Opossum Small enough to climb onto the inflorescence, or flower cluster, of a palm plant, this tiny mouse opossum belongs to a newly re-classified... May 4, 2011 Course Spring Seminars 2009 Thursday, January 8: SARAH PENNISTON-DORLAND - University of Maryland "Multiple sulfur isotopes reveal a magmatic origin for... Blog Post Happy Birthday, Albert Einstein! Born March 14, 1879, in Ulm, Germany, Albert Einstein (1879−1955) seems not to have anticipated how famous his theories and ideas... March 14, 2014 Blog Post Did Dinosaurs Breathe Like Birds? Research by Museum scientists finds that the way birds breathe originated in their ancient ancestors, dinosaurs. January 5, 2016 Blog Post Coming Soon: The Titanosaur Something really, really big is coming to the Museum this month. January 7, 2016 Blog Post Astronomers Debut Vision For Future Space Telescopes Today the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy outlined a proposed High-Definition Space Telescope to help seek... July 6, 2015 Blog Post Flies in Amber Were Ancient Pollinators New research provides the first direct evidence that long-tongued flies in the Cretaceous Period pollinated non-flowering plants... July 10, 2015